• A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages
  • A collection of Arts + Eventsimages

DISCOVER CANARY WHARF’S OPEN SPACES, PUBLIC ART AND EVENTS

At this time, our arts and events programme has been suspended however, our parks, open spaces and current sculpture exhibition, ‘Looking Up’ featuring the work of Helaine Blumenfeld OBE remain open to the public.

If you choose to visit, we ask that you respect social distancing measure and for at risk groups to follow advice from Public Health England.

FILMING & PHOTOGRAPHY AT PUBLIC EVENTS

Photography & filming takes place at most Canary Wharf events throughout the estate and is used in the promotion of Canary Wharf and possible circulation to the media and retained indefinitely for future use for such purposes. Please inform the official events photographer, cameraman or the uniformed event stewards if you do not wish to be photographed or filmed.

PUBLIC ART AT CANARY WHARF

Canary Wharf has one of the UK’s largest collections of publicly accessible art. From the outset, art has played an important role in the development and success of the 97-acre Estate, which is today home to more than 75 permanent sculptures and other works of art, craft and design. This extensive art collection encompasses impressive works in a wide range of media and includes stand-alone sculptures, integrated art-architectural works and artist-designed functional pieces

Driving the artistic vision at Canary Wharf has been Sir George Iacobescu, Executive Chairman of Canary Wharf Group plc who, together with the dedicated Canary Wharf Arts and Events team, has remained passionately committed to developing the public art on offer at Canary Wharf.

Since 2001, the exhibition programme has presented the work of a diverse range of artists from across the globe, including major figures of international renown such as Sir Anthony Caro OM, Lynn Chadwick, Phyllida Barlow RA and Phillip King CBE PPRA.

In 2002, Canary Wharf’s Art Programme won an Art and Work Award for an ‘Outstanding Contribution to Art in the Working Environment’, followed by a ‘Christie’s Award for Best Corporate Art Collection and Programme’ at the 2010 International Art and Work Awards. Canary Wharf Arts + Events also created the innovative Winter Lights festival, which won the [d]arc award for Best Creative Lighting Event in 2019.

Click here details of the permanent works see the Art on the Estate page
Click here to download the Art Map
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